You did it without shoes on? It's actually quite dangerous depending on the pressure and can cause serious injuries
It'd be best to wear full clothing next time even if it does get wet
If you go through them a lot like I do, you can buy bulk by searching for melamine sponge on Amazon.
Check out Maxpower Twisted Stringline recommended by Project Farm who also does great YouTube videos. This stuff lasts way longer than my old dried out stuff.
Maxpower 338814 Premium Twisted Trimmer Line .095-Inch Twisted Trimmer Line 200-Foot Length https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003VPWHL6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_DAV50V9JG5MHEW0FFRJ7?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
A fabric defuzzer shaves off those little fuzzies or lint pills that build up on clothes and other textiles over time. I bought this one from Conair off Amazon. It's worked really well so far. Just make sure to lay the fabric on a hard and flat surface, and move the defuzzer slowly over the fabric because it can get caught and pull the textile or make a small hole if used too quickly or on an uneven surface. Oh, and use a more powerful battery e.g. alkaline AA batteries.
I have shamed my family. I will now recompense my sins by carving Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconisos into my forearm with a school compass while listening to grammar podcasts at full volume until I feel learned. Also I think I need this top
Just to dispel some misinformation. First off he's not too close. If he was doing any damage to the paint you'd see it immediately. Second, to a car this dirty or pretty much any car that's gone awhile without being cleaned, this is the safest thing for the paint you can do to clean it. You want to remove as much caked on dirt as you can with a power washer, then use a foam cannon (they're like $15 on amazon and worth every penny) to loosen the remaining dirt, after letting it emulsify for a couple minutes, spray it off AND THEN wash it with a mit.
https://www.amazon.com/Evriholder-FURemover-Squeegee-Multi-Surface-Telescoping/dp/B000EFDOOA/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?keywords=fur+broom&qid=1559142610&s=gateway&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1 Pretty sure its this one.
If you mean a surface cleaner attachment (that has two spinning heads) sure.
If you mean a turbo nozzle (0 degree head that spins), please not on wood.
I worked at a local pizza shop about 20 years ago and we had this gray pumice brick that we would use with just water. It worked pretty well...I'm glad I never have to do that again, though.
I got both from amazon. They work so well.
Chemical Guys CARPET BRUSH W/DRILL ATTACHMENT - MEDIUM DUTY - YELLOW https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B003TU662Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_k3zKwCmEwanvm
ULTIMATE GROUT CLEANER: Best Grout Cleaner for Tile and Grout Cleaning, Acid-Free Safe Deep Cleaner & Stain Remover for Even the Dirtiest Grout, Best https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B000Y232BI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_EIDdNrQ4jYuhS
Guys, I found it!!!
I buy this oven cleaner spray from Walmart or wherever. It works just like that. Use gloves or be careful to not get it on your skin. It’ll cause irritation.
When I was a kid we used to chew tablets that would stain our teeth if we didn't brush them properly. So you'd have basically a blue or purple mouth and then you'd brush until you didn't have any color left. It really helped encourage us too brush proper.
Turns out they are still around!
Fresh Knight Tru-Clean Purple Chews, Plaque Disclosing Tablets 96 Count 3 Month Supply. Plaque Disclosing Tablets for Kids Brushing Teeth. Kids Teeth Tablets - Pack of (1) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07X8R9PQN/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_9814D3G632HSAHA2BRWJ
I used this brush
4in 4 Piece Soft, Medium and Stiff Power Scrubbing Brush Drill Attachment for Cleaning Showers, Tubs, Bathrooms, Tile, Grout, Carpet, Tires, Boats by DrillStuff https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0727NJZNV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_j8oPCbF4142VE
And also used this cleaner. It works so great and you’re supposed to dilute it 20-1 so a little goes a really long way.
Chemical Guys CWS_103_16 Fabric... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FJHTCEO?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
It was crazy easy, I just sprayed a bit of the cleaner. Let it sit for about 30 seconds and started using the drill brush and you can see the stuff come up immediately. I used a microfiber to clean up after the brushing and I was done. No steaming or extracting necessary.
Amazon Pool Rx
OP you need this product. Stick in your pump basket, but, skip the recharge kit and buy another one in 6 months. If you shock the pool with powdered chlorine, predissolve it thoroughly. Can cause a stain/shadow for a few days but fades eventually. This has cut chlorine consumption drastically. We were skeptical about carrying this product. But damn it works.
Are these it? I am looking for an alternative to my cheap ones when I mow the lawn. I know that I just turn it too loud to muffle the mower, no sound protection at all.
OH MY GOD!!!! That’s an expensive sander. I know I’d never have to buy another, but I need help justifying that vs. $200 for a “high quality” tool.
Just buy the Chinese off-brands. They don't have good audio, but that's not what you want anyways.
Edit: 60 bucks and Prime. 4k, comes with waterproof housing and mini tripod. I swear by these things for my channel.
As cool as that machine is, this is more the work of powerful grout cleaner that has already been applied to the floor.
You can purchase at any hardware store Grout Cleaner
As well as a decent grout brush
Obviously the machine does the job more thoroughly and quickly, but this isn't black magic that is unattainable without the use of a special device.
It looks as though you have a porous sandstone there. The products you want to use if you're in the UK is called Algon.
Algon Organic Path and Patio Cleaner Concentrate 2.5l https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0016KC7PE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_z3TTCb46YBR13
It's basically ethanoic acid and a biocide disinfectant. Works very well.
I got this one from Conair :)
I have this one.
Works fantastic. 1.1mm orifice installed is for lower powered pressure washers. Switch to the 1.25mm if you have a higher psi.
Conair Fabric Defuzzer - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008I25368?ref=yo_pop_ma_share
This is the exact one I bought!
Edit: you do have to clean it after ever couple pieces of clothing you shave but it works very well and it's not too hard to clean :)
These always seem to miss half the pills on the fabric and I have to go over them 37x to get everything. I've been using a sweater stone with much better luck. It's a pumice stone that gets everything off the fabric. If there is a down-side it's that it leaves bits of stone that easily sweep off.
It definitely does. I sat through an argument between my sister and her husband because she used it to cover some brown spots and he thought it was dangerous for the pets.
I did this with a drill attachment scrubber. You can use any drill, like a plug in one with no batteries and plenty of power. Works great... I can run through a line of grout in seconds.
I have this:
Use it with cleaners, but I just used water at some points works amazing.
Well for your plumbing get a tub shroom or shower shroom and your plumbing will be much happier. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M0H7YC2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_2AGC2ED97F52DCZRGMAZ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 This is the link for the tub shroom.
Bacteria grows in the crevices on the back of your tongue, especially while you sleep. This tongue scrapper scraps them out effortlessly. Gets rid of your stank breath too.
Our pool cleaner, Tuna, does a great job of cleaning and filtering the water, so I wasn’t to worried about getting a little dirt in there.
Get your self
Petrol strimmer (brush cutter)
Protip: get yourself one of these rotating disc tools https://www.amazon.com/Washer-Pro-Pressure-Accessories-Attachment/dp/B07H3711QH
I really want to...I don't know if I'd offend them though. When someone shows me a better way to do something, I am grateful but not everyone feels that way. I actually just bought my first home and a power washer with it. I also got one of these to go with it...best $60 i've ever spent...
Here is the link. You will want to check the fittings to see if it’s compatible. This one fits the Sunjoe I got from Amazon (2030psi for $140)
If you believe the metadata on the file, it's from a 1997 FSU performance (or possibly contest?). I did a quick Google and LastFM turned up what I think is the album this is on - https://www.last.fm/music/Big+8+-+FSU+Drum+Line EDIT: but they don't have any knowledge of the actual track (bastards and SEO I guess).
If you just want to hear this track (it's 7:33 long), there's a dl at https://gofile.io/?c=bMDhNF (at least until it's pulled)
Attachment for pressure washer, instead of a nozzle it attaches to the floor one. Something like this https://www.amazon.ca/Karcher-15-Inch-Pressure-Surface-Attachment/dp/B08FDN3R4N . Worked well on old deck, cleaned it up nice, before we resealed it.
We use pretty pricey stuff so it holds up to heavy use, so may not be ideal for occasional domestic use.
We use a lower flow (under 10 liters per minute) version of this Suttner foamer. It's super efficient with soap use compared to the cheap conventional foamers, so the extra foamer cost is returned with reduced soap use. We don't have to dilute the soap, so saves a bit of labor on refills.
For soap, we use Nerta products exclusively. They're not on Amazon, so not sure if they're available in the US. They're a Belgian company that makes very high quality cleaning products. We use their Carnet Jumbo for most soap washes, Active Diamond for dirty cars, and Bio Polish for 'wax' finish. They're very expensive compared to other options, but they work VERY well, so we save more on labor costs than the extra product costs. The main advantage is that they don't leave streaks or dry hard like cheaper products if you leave the soap on too long or don't rinse well enough. Search for Nerta on YouTube to see how crazy good their soaps are.
I'm not near as fussy about tire products. I just recommend using a commercial silicone or water based product that you buy in a 4 or 5 liter jug, and put it in a pump sprayer. Spray cans and wipe on products are expensive and time consuming without a huge benefit. I just prefer a decent product in a pump sprayer that takes 5 seconds per tire.
I would imagine if its cheap, it's probably electric (normally less than 2000 PSI). Basically all power washers uses a 1/4" connector at the end, but most electric ones come with the revolver-style nozzles. Those work ok, but I've found that the individual ones work better. Here are some I found on Amazon for $6.99 (Prime). I don't own these, but the reviews/questions say that they should work for most standard power washers. They have the same 5 tips that the image has above. You may want to give these a try.
Most helpful thing I've found so far. Hitting amazon as well
Pretty expensive but its the first thing i got
You can buy a set here
Or if you're feeling crafty you can make your own
I’d need a picture of just what kind of fuzz you’re talking about but using the giant push broom ~ should help with fuzz regardless
If it’s your normal fuzz and pilling you get with older rugs you want a large fuzz shaver
The bigger you can find the better since you are fixing a rug and not just a sweater. In a pinch a razor blade can actually work but you need to be careful not to press too hard in to the rug otherwise you’ll take a chunk out of it.
If you can get a pic of the type of fuzz you’re talking about, if it’s not this, I could probably help a bit better but hopefully this is all you’re needing.
Not my video but I have the same exact thing. It’s a brush from chemical guys and I’m sure there’s other similar ones that are different brands.
Chemical Guys ACC_201_BRUSH_MD Medium Duty Carpet Brush with Drill Attachment, Yellow https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003TU662Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_chYICbRXJ5SV4
It attaches to a drill the same way a screwdriver bit does. There’s a hex sticking out of it that the drill clamps on to.
I have this one, which in believe is the exact same one featured in this good gif: Karcher 15” Pressure Washer Surface Cleaner
It works amazingly well. I would highly recommend it.
I bought this one back in 2019. It wasn’t as expensive then, but I can attest it works wonderfully. I have the version that plugs into the mains
PurSteam Cleaner 10 in 1: https://www.amazon.com/PurSteam-Convenient-Detachable-Handheld-Laminate/dp/B077S6KQ88/ref=asc_df_B077S6KQ88/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=241975268578&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=8629616190712980517&hvpone=&hvptwo=&...
Something like this but the one in the video has some kind of scoop attachment
Looks like parts of Australia were around 101°F this week.
I’ll call it plausible
But if you were there, wouldn’t your text be upside down?
This is a mechanical keyboard so the keys pop off easily with the proper tool. I used this kit, honestly the slime stuff works scary good.
I obviously realize this is technically not "pressure wahsing" but I was thinking of this subreddit when I was doing it as it elicited the same sense of satisfaction, so I said "wth?" and posted.
So if that's a dig....cheers. if not, here is the link.
A nice choice. Over in r/flashlight everyone seems to be getting the new Hank right angle, the DW4.
I still haven’t found a need to upgrade from my Sofirn D25L, but it does call to me.
Get a rotating nozzel if you can, they work like a charm. Many times I have had a normal 20 deg nozzel fail and the rotating make short work of it.
Something like this https://www.amazon.com/Pressure-Washer-Rotating-Orifice-Connect/dp/B00IDAC21Y
I’ll admit I’ve never washed a pool, but that “rotating nozzle” sure looks like a turbo nozzle (example). Those use a 0° stream that gets constantly redirected due to a ball bearing that flies around inside - they rotate fast enough that the dwell time on any given point is short, but they pack a wallop and can easily destroy wood or stucco (source: I own one).
I shouldn’t have been so declarative about what can damage a liner, but if you’re worried about a brush then I’m surprised you’d use a turbo.
It’s a drill brush. You can buy a set of them on Amazon. I have some and they’re awesome. Great for grout, ovens, real nasty stuff that require super abrasive cleaning jobs.
I don’t have this set specifically, but you can follow the rabbit hole there :)
Holikme 20Piece Drill Brush Attachments Set, Scrub Pads & Sponge, Buffing Pads, Power Scrubber Brush with Extend Long Attachment, Car Polishing Pad Kit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P7NFV1F/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_PY1KN68AXVKAR6M2K9ZC?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Looks like you have a relatively low grade / home use pressure washer. It takes forever to clean larger surfaces that way, you might want to get a surface cleaner. Something like this (if that is a Karcher): https://www.amazon.com/Karcher-Electric-Pressure-Driveway-Accessory/dp/B01DGKVQQC/ref=asc_df_B01DGKVQQC
It's waaay faster.
I used a [Karcher Stone and Facade Cleaner](https://www.amazon.co.uk/K%C3%A4rcher-62957650-Stone-Plug-Clean/dp/B00DREUVFK/ref=asc_df_B00DREUVFK/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=231845867220&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=12203482675915649335&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1007274&hvtargid=pla-421085735002&psc=1&th=1&psc=1). I only just bought the power washer so grabbed the bottles they had beside it. So I don't know how good or bad it is compared to other cleaning solutions but it did the job.
Highly recommend one of these bad boys:
The Snowplow "the Original Snow Pusher" 24" Wide Model 50524 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BVC0P60/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_MFSVD146G24F0G8SMZ0A
Makes much faster work with icy snow. :)
Gonna have to agree but recommend a slightly different model. I love this one because the handle has a spring so it's not as taxing on your joints
For the thick stuff.
I think it was $160 on Amazon - this model here - Sun Joe SPX3000 2030 Max PSI 1.76 GPM 14.5-Amp Electric High Pressure Washer, Cleans Cars/Fences/Patios https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00CPGMUXW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_0NFMWFKZ5Z6MBEHGGMQ3
My one has a plug, a bag and an ergonomic handle, plus spare blades - I have cut fabrics being over enthusiastic with it.
This is the one I got https://www.amazon.com/BEAUTURAL-Defuzzer-2-Speeds-Replaceable-Stainless/dp/B01NAQD0KD/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?crid=7J3TWOSQLYGQ&keywords=fabric+shaver&qid=1643837107&sprefix=fabric%2Caps%2C173&sr=8-3
True but you can get smaller ones that are still much better than a wand. I can do my whole driveway in under and hour with this (Limited-time deal: Karcher 8.641-035.0 Pressure Washer Surface Cleaner Attachment, 15", Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BMB3X68/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_dl_S4M64K4SR1E09FTFGDRV)
So far so good. Only had it since Christmas. I was impressed with the power. Expensive but I really love single function things that do their job well. Also came with a ton of different attachments so I feel like I'll be able to maintain the computer well. Have given it a home near the computer and made it simple to grab and use.
This is the one I have
Metrovac DataVac ED-500 Electric Duster Kit 120 Volt 0.75-HP 500-Watt Electric Blower Duster US/Canada Plug https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B008ORVV36/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_VX6HHNX1V691XY7X7S6Y?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I just searched on Amazon, it was a long time ago. The key is look for bulk, cheap, and don't worry about the surface finish.
https://www.amazon.com/Sportly-Beer-Pong-Balls-38mm/dp/B01AH133KU seems like a pretty good match from a new search. 144 balls for $15
I got a screwdriver set like this one: https://www.amazon.com/Precision-Screwdriver-Pentalobe-Smartphone-Electronic/dp/B08V226NFR/ref=mp_s_a_1_15?crid=27TAO4WIBZP3Z&keywords=screwdriver+set+electronics&qid=1640003472&sprefix=screwdriver+set+elect%2Caps%2C292&sr=8-15
Abd it has everything you need and more.
I sadly do not know, but this is something I found after some research, which might be it https://www.amazon.co.uk/Turtle-Wax-51791-Interior-Cleaning/dp/B008CEOCSW/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?keywords=turtle+wax+interior+1&linkCode=sl2&linkId=d22f51202cf004f999bf91622d1cde81&qid=1639605380&sr=8-3
I believe that the robot is convenient if there are large windows or windows that are at a high height and you need equipment to wash them. I have a house with four large sliding windows. While he washes the window, there is an opportunity to do a second useful job. It is very convenient. I also don't like washing windows by hand). I wrote a small review. Hope this will be helpful...
Do they happen to be the 450 bt?
Yeah sennheiser likes their proprietary cables, it sucks but they are kinda cheap to replace. here are some replacement pads if those are the right ones
Get yourself one of those attachments, it makes this job take 3 minutes.
Simpson Cleaning 80165 Scrubber 15" Steel Pressure Washer Surface Cleaner for Cold Water Machines, 1/4" Quick Connection, Rated Up to 3700 PSI, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07H5BJ3VR/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_navT_a_GSKV6YV4WM1PYEX06YMQ
This. Although there are really good ones that are cheaper. Snow Foam Sprayer is what should be entered in the Search bar.
I use this on my 2800 psi to was our vehicles. Gets a nice foam and hasnt torn any paint yet.
Well I bought this Delxo 2020 Upgrade 50FT Expandable Garden Hose Water Hose with 9-Function High-Pressure Spray Nozzle, Heavy Duty Flexible Hose, 3/4" Solid Brass Fitti https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081ZLMBTP/ref=cm_sw_r_apanp_P7D6ojmJgQyLb
One in 50ft in October 2020 and 75ft in May, one was shaded 100% the other not and both have failed. Going to order your recommendation and see thank you!
Thank you! And in response to your question, I bought this one off Amazon and haven't had any issues with it at all so far.
This is what I use. It will suds up when using a brush but not foam up like the video. P&S Detailing Products Xpress Interior Cleaner - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RWKWR8B/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_navT_a_JCN616A8R8WG5G6ZBEZK
Erector by Meccano Super Construction 25-In-1 Motorized Building Set, Steam Education Toy, 638 Parts, For Ages 10+ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000GOF5S2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_NKB9A96J8W5M9FFWSWV2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I have one of these and it’s awesome!
Limited-time deal: Hoover FloorMate Deluxe Hard Floor Cleaner Machine, Wet Dry Vacuum, FH40160PC, Silver https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00CM220CK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_dl_Z5F0AMT3S0CAM2S66B40
Meguiar's Headlight Restore 2step https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M75GUJB/ref=cm_sw_r_apanp_31XzxbyT6TsfY
Definately protect the rest of the body before using this. Also I'd recommend using a buffer or drill buffer tool for the cleaning. Use the cleaning solution at least twice before applying clear coat
Grab yourself one of these they are absolutely incredible and will turn that job into 3 minutes. Also makes a more consistent finish.
Here’s the link if you want it. Mods guy can delete this if its a violation.
Raddile High Pressure Power Washer Hydro Jet Cleaning Tool, Garden Sprayer Wand and Adjustable Nozzle, Gutter Cleaner, Car Pet Window Cleaning Tool (blue) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08B63RDXH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_XVNMY1VVSGF1MB38T36J?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Gotcha, yeah that would indeed be frustrating. Definitely can't say I've had any issues like that with my own but shame yours gave you trouble. I really like the Karcher 15" and its a better constructed unit for sure. Big fan. Amazon link here.
Greenworks Surface Cleaner Universal Pressure Washer Attachment 30012 has been reliable for me.
I assume so. It’s just an intermediate attachment between the gun and nozzle but both are Sun Joe so I’m not positive. I got this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01E0DPVYC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_EJ6AGQF24TKNW83PKAD0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Get a gas one for sure. I got started on this one, and it is more than enough for side hustle starter jobs: Simpson Cleaning MSH3125 MegaShot Gas Pressure Washer Powered by Honda GC190, 3200 PSI at 2.5 GPM, black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004MXKUCY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_ZGYGJRrX7kBfJ
I use a 1450 psi electric model - on Amazon for $94 right now! - with some extra bits (quick disconnects, surface washer, and rotary/turbo nozzle) and it's fantastic. Any pressure washer is better than no pressure washer. ;)
Yeah I try to be careful around the mulch beds but have found it tough sometimes. I came across a tool with an edge steel plate on it and may give that a shot for my outline of the area. Do you know or have used what I’m talking about?
The Edge Blaster Pressure Washer Attachment Accessory Tool (for use with Gas Pressure washers) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072MP4FHD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_ZW842P1ZK2Q2736J3Q4C
Safer to get extensions. Good luck and thanks for sharing.
Tool Daily Pressure Washer Extension Wand, 90 Inch Power Washer Lance, 1/4 Inch Quick Connect, M22, 4000 PSI https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PJW59D6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_60424RCH1VFYJPV8J4G2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I use this brush on my german shepherd & I think it’s better than the furminator, no sharp teeth on this brush.
PawsPamper Undercoat Rake for Dogs & Cats - Proprietary Teeth Angulation for Fast & Pain Free Grooming, Ultra Durable Full Tang Construction https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0728J5GRY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_N295BBQFFH5YAJX60EFF?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
The prices for 200W starts in the lower 40k range. 100W start at $29k and 50W at $15k.
$41,537 MORN LASER 200w Handheld Laser Cleaning Machine for Metals with Rust Paint Oil Dirt Stains Coating Remover 220v Handhold Laser Cleaner
$48,640 DIHORSE Hand-Held Laser Cleaning Machine for Rust Removal, Auto Laser Cleaning System Raycus, 200W
Here is a link to the exact item I'm using on Amazon:
And the pressure washer I'm using is a predator from harbor freight. It puts out 3100psi at 2.4gpm
I use these mixing with water in stray bottle ...but after seeing&smelling it in action im pretty sure it's just regular bleach repackaged for higher profit margin ... But I am happy with it
I got an air filter for our bedroom within the last year. The difference is night and day. I have asthma and allergies so air quality can affect me quite a bit. Literally within a couple hours of having it running I could tell the difference between the air in the living room and the air in the bedroom.
this is the one we have
A little elbow grease and the product did wonders.
This is the cleaner I used: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0721NFGC4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_52J9FbXQ6JD97?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
It calls for a mop for rinsing but I honestly just got down on my hands and knees and used a washcloth and warm water. Hope that helps!
It calls for a mop for rinsing but I honestly just got down on my hands and knees and used a washcloth and warm water.
I got these bench scrapers and make breads with the same effect as this guy cleaning.
I don't know if the fittings on your unit are standard 1/4th inch quick disconnect, but if they are, walmart, lowes, and home depot all sell "turbo nozzles" for that connector.
Something like this pack should do if the connector type matches.
Anybody have one of these? I’m trying to find the best electric power washers. Love this sub and ready to buy for the first time to get in on the action!
This oil eater cleaner / degreaser worked pretty well for me but it does take quite a bit of elbow grease scrubbing.
I've also tried this enzyme based oil remover but didn't have much luck with it, though reviews and youtube video before / after results look good. I might have used it wrong, or perhaps it works better on coarser concrete (my garage floor is very smooth and I suspect harder for stuff to soak down into).